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Germanwings Flight 4U9525 crashed into the French Alps last week, killing all 150 people on board. In the days since the crash, French prosecutors have revealed a frightening theory for what happened in the plane's final minutes in the air: the co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, may have deliberately crashed the plane while the pilot was locked out of the cockpit. It is reported that he was deeply depressed and was being treated for vision problems that could have ended his flying career. Some sources suggested he was suffering from a detached retina. Rescuers are still, however, to locate the plane’s second black box — its flight data recorder — six days after the Barcelona to Düsseldorf flight crashed into a rocky ravine at 435 miles (700km) per hour.
Between 400 and 600 body parts have been located and are currently being examined.
“We haven’t found a single body intact,” said Patrick Touron, the deputy director of the police’s criminal research institute. Identification experts were using dental records, DNA samples from family members, fingerprints, jewellery and bits of ID card to help the process.
The black box, which is actually orange and weighs around 10kg, was originally in a protective casing, but only the empty casing has been found.
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Semua pihak diminta bersabar dan menanti saat kerajaan mengumumkan harga minyak untuk bulan April.
Menteri Perdagangan Dalam Negeri, Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan (KPDNKK), Datuk Seri Hasan Malek berkata, walaupun spekulasi tersebar di media sosial mengenai jangkaan kenaikan harga minyak, telahan itu dilihat hanya akan dijawab pada malam Selasa.
"Sabarlah, saya tidak boleh beritahu sehingga tiba masanya. Ia akan menjadi rahsia sehingga malam ini.
Fatigue,lack of housemanship causing new doctors to quit, says report
One out of five doctors undergoing their housemanship quits annually in Malaysia and some are working as waiters, running pasar malam stalls and even an air stewardess.
The Star Online reported today that the resignation rate was alarming given it cost up to RM500,000 to acquire a medical degree locally and up to RM1 million overseas
The portal reported that many newly qualified doctors were also quitting because of the longer wait to be posted as housemen.
Deputy director-general of Health Datuk Dr S. Jeyaindran was quoted as saying that about 1,000 of the 5,000 housemen employed each year failed to complete their two-year training stint.
He said the increase in numbers of housemen quitting had been growing over the past three years